STAR RECEIVER JASON HILL said Monday he is out of the protective boot shielding his high ankle…
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Running back Derrell Hutsona, who has missed the past couple games with an ankle sprain, has also been upgraded to begin limited practice work this week.
As noted in an earlier article, receiver Jason Hill will begin jogging Wednesday. Among those joining Hill in the no practice category are running back DeMaundray Woolridge and corner Markus Dawes.
It should also be pointed out that throughout the regular season, some players starting the week listed as "out indefinitely" or "no practice" on Monday have sufficiently healed up enough during the week to play that weekend. More definitive information as to status for Saturday usually begins to filter out on Tuesday, when coach Bill Doba addresses the media. CF.C will keep you updated.
From Washington State Sports Information:
Out Indefinitely – Chris Baltzer (9/20 knee ACL), Joe Eppele (9/7 shoulder surgery), Aaron Johnson (11/11 elbow sprain), Chris Jordan (11/11 knee sprain), Loren Langley (10/28 quad strain), Matt Mullennix (9/6 ACL surgery), Jason Stripling (shoulder surgery recovery), Courtney Williams (10/28 knee sprain).
No Practice>/b> – Markus Dawes (11/8 quad strain), Jason Hill (11/4 high ankle sprain), DeMaundray Woolridge (11/4 shoulder stinger).
Limited – A'i Ahmu (9/30 stress fracture, foot), Michael Bumpus (11/4 high ankle sprain), Scott Davis (11/11 wrist fracture), Derrell Hutsona (10/28 ankle sprain), Chris Ivory (11/8 ankle sprain), Ropati Pitoitua (10/21 MCL sprain).
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